Keziah Groth-Tuft, International Studies Major and Arabic Minor and Security Studies Certificate
Keziah Groth-Tuft '17
Keziah Groth-Tuft is an EPA-GRO Fellow and International Studies Major focusing on globalization and sustainability, minoring in Arabic, and working towards a Certificate in Security Studies. Keziah focuses on climate change governance, inspired first through the Climate Change Mosaic during her sophomore year at Dickinson, which included her independent research on least developed countries at COP 20 in Lima. Since then, she attended COP 21 in Paris and COP 22 in Morocco researching Arab countries' representation in the UNFCCC process. Keziah enjoys studying the UNFCCC process because it allows her to pull theory and experiences from both the environmental and international relations disciplines.
Keziah studied abroad last year- first in Jordan where she looked at water quality and distribution politics, and then Denmark where she focused on the current refugee situation in Europe. Now that she is back on campus, Keziah is looking forward to learning from the experiences of her classmates and and understanding different perspectives of sustainability through the Baird Honors Colloquium.